Blessie case: Can GPS tracking keep the public safe?

Blessie case: Can GPS tracking keep the public safe?

Information has been released regarding the history of criminal offending of Tony Douglas Robertson, who has been found guilty of raping and killing Blessie Gotingco by the Auckland High Court.

In light of this, Shine's Executive Director Jane Drumm, a former probation officer, said she wanted GPS extended to more ex-prisoners.

But she admitted it was not perfect, and nothing could protect the public from a dangerous criminal like Robertson.

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